Richard Longman, ASLA, PLA, AIA, LEED BD+C
Richard Longman, Principal, holds a Master of Landscape Architecture and a Bachelor of Architecture from Louisiana State University. As a licensed landscape architect and licensed architect, Richard has worked for firms in New Orleans, Baton Rouge, and Shreveport over the course of his career. With over three decades of experience in the architecture and landscape architecture fields, Richard has worked on projects in United States, Australia, France, and United Kingdom on various size projects. He brings to projects his deep understanding of the interconnectivity between the landscape and buildings. Additionally, Richard has over seven years’ experience working as an environmental consultant for regional and national environmental engineering and industrial hygiene firms throughout the United States.
Richard is a graduate of the National Green Infrastructure Certification Program and a LEED Accredited Professional in Building Design and Construction which provides him with a deep understanding of environmental sustainability and resiliency issues. Richard has completed the evaluator training for Safety Assessment Program by the AIA Disaster Assistance Program to assist local governments during times of natural disaster in determining habitability of damaged structures. Richard has served on the executive committee of the Louisiana Chapter of the United States Green Building Council and the Baton Rouge AIA chapter’s Committee of the Environment.